Transcript for Connie Chung says she hoped op-ed would 'turn the tide' in SCOTUS hearing
This is as you've talked openly about the need to movement and it's a sort of how much sexual harassment was going on in the newsroom at that when I might I came up through the years and saw a lot of it and felt a lot of it myself. What. When you think about the movement now what flashbacks do you have and what what do you highlight on. I eight. During the confirmation hearings. Kavanagh and since I had handed inexperience when I was and college. My family doctor actually. Molested me. And so I decided I was so in sense that people were not people did not leave her. And once something is happened to you you do not forget who it was or what happened. You know everything else may be Fuzzy but that's not. Up next non important because he beat the you know one remembers. You remember it vividly. And so I decided to write to stop him because I was so angry at people who did not leave her. I was hoping if I had any shred of credibility left. From my journalistic things that may be somebody that it would turn the tide Willie didn't. And that's meant so unfortunate. But I didn't mean to become a member of the need to consigned not a joiner. Never have been but that's part partly or probably because my journalistic pack rancher you know you cannot take sides and that's the wins live my life.
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